TOS COUNCIL ELECTION — VOTE NOW!
The TOS Council election is being conducted electronically. All TOS members were sent an email message from The Oceanography Society on December 1 at 6:00 pm EST containing a unique ballot link with a random, secret access key. If you are a TOS member and did not receive this message, please contact Jenny Ramarui, TOS Executive Director (email@example.com or 301-251-7708) to receive voting instructions. All votes must be cast by January 31, 2021 (11:59 EST). > Learn More
FROM THE PRESIDENT, MARTIN VISBECK
As 2020 comes to a close, I reflect on how the global coronavirus pandemic has caused dramatic changes to society and ocean science—changes that were unimaginable a year ago. As we all adjusted to new daily routines, we quickly learned to work and communicate almost exclusively electronically, we redesigned or rescheduled field experiments, and we gathered virtually as conferences and smaller group meetings moved online. … > Read more
NOVEMBER OCEANOGRAPHY STUDENT NEWS IS ONLINE
Keep up to date on oceanography student resources and opportunities. > Read now
THE DECEMBER ISSUE IS ONLINE!
The special issue on Understanding the Effects of Offshore Wind Energy Development on Fisheries provides an overview of what has been learned from research and monitoring of offshore wind farm impacts on fisheries resources.
> See the full issue
EARLY ONLINE RELEASE
A REQUEST FROM EDUCATION COLUMNIST SIMON BOXALL
In Simon’s September column, he asks readers to send him an email about how you have adapted your teaching material during the coronavirus pandemic, how students have responded, and how many of these changes you will take into the future oceanography classroom. He will incorporate responses in his next column. Please email Simon at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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